Federal , Sindh govts join hands to avert drug menace.

KARACHI -- The Federal and Sindh governments have joined hands to work together to avert the drug menace, particularly synthetic drugs so that the young generation, the future of the country, could be protected and rehabilitated if affected.

This emerged in a meeting held between Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and Federal Minister for Narcotics Control here at CM House.

The meeting was attended by provincial ministers, Syed Sardar Shah, Ismail Rahu, Mukesh Chawla, Sajid Jokhio, Sharjeel Memon, Advisors - Murtaza Wahab and Aijaz Jakhrani, Parliamentary Secretary Qasim Soomro, Chief Secretary Sohail Rajput, Adl IGs Javed Odho and Munir Shaikh.

The federal govt team comprised DG ANF Maj Gen. Aneeq Rehman, Force Commander ANF Brig Waqar, Col Perviaz of MATRC, Joint Director Col Adnan, and others.

The provincial government was acknowledged for taking the lead in conducting a successful operation against drug trafficking and menace.

'The menace of synthetic drugs which had penetrated into educational institutions in Sindh has been stopped to a great extent.

The chief minister said that the penetration of synthetic drugs into educational institutions particularly in Karachi was a great threat to our children.


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